Transsion Holdings is a name you might have never heard of, but bought some of their phones. They own three smartphone companies: Infinix, Tecno and Itel. Three brands which recently gained steam in the Philippine market.
Infinix has been gaining traction elsewhere, such as India, in the budget and upper midrange segment. The company has been preparing a new device named “Note 10 Pro”
There has been a new listing in Geekbench that was uploaded last 17th February
Not to be confused with Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 10 Pro, the Infinix Note 10 Pro comes packed with Helio G90T. The G90T was notable as it made Mediatek competitive in the smartphone space once again. This same chipset is also seen in their highest offering, the Zero 8. Like the Zero 8, the Note 10 Pro would come with 8GB RAM.
The specs are pretty much identical to the Infinix Zero 8, with the exception of a doubled storage of 256GB. The design also looks similar to that of the Note 8
The FCC Website also approved the Note 10 Pro with pretty interesting specs, including a 33W fast charging capability for a budget midrange phone. The phone also supports 2.4G and 5G Wi-Fi connectivity.
We hope to see more details about the phone soon! Although, in a nutshell, it’s a phone similar to that of the Infinix Zero 8 in terms of chipset and RAM.